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    Default WikiLeaks tor betide ilen qilinghan American dolet mexpyetlikining uyghurche terjimis

    tunugun keche WikiLeaks.org tor beti, Amerikining mexpi arxiplirini ilan bilghan bolup, bu arxipta ereb doletlirining amerikini irangha Hujum qilishqa undigenlikin, Xitayning Amera internet tor ve komputerlirini Hujum nishani qilghanliqi, Turkiyening ottura sherqitiki roli, Israiliying Turkiye armisini kushkurtup turkiey Hokumitini kolgha elishqa undigenliki, kazafining okrainaliq bir sestira bilen exlaqsiz munasiwiti barliqi, dunya doletlirining reisliri heqqideiki selbi karashlar tepsili yezilghan.
    bu heqte Uyghurlargha uchur berish uchun bu mexpi Hujjet heqqide istiqlaltv.com da uchur ilen qilindi. tepsilatini tuwendiki ulinishtin kurung.

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    Default Yahshi.

    bu materiyallarning tizrak toluk chikishini umid kilimiz. man bugun ahturup mandak ikki mazmunni uchrattim.


    Germany and Guantanamo Uighurs
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    ¶4. (C) German Ambassador Schaefer said the German State
    Secretary had informed China of the U.S. request to accept
    some Uighur detainees held at Guantanamo, noting that Germany
    had not made a decision regarding the Uighurs. He noted that
    no German state had yet agreed to accept the detainees.
    Ambassador Schaefer said China had not officially demarched
    Germany but had warned Germany that accepting any Uighur
    detainees would "put enormous pressure on Beijing and a heavy
    burden on bilateral relations."



    Iran Relations Unaffected by Xinjiang Violence
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    ¶10. (C) Wu dismissed concerns that dismay in Iran and other
    parts of the Middle East over China's treatment of ethnic
    Uighurs in Xinjiang province would complicate China's
    diplomacy with Iran. While acknowledging that some
    high-level religious leaders in Iran had been highly critical
    of China in the wake of the July violence in Xinjiang, he
    said that Beijing was seeking to counter the danger of China
    becoming a target for anger in the Muslim world by
    significantly increasing its media outreach in the Middle
    East, citing the recent establishment of an Arabic-language
    version of government-run CCTV.
    HUNTSMAN

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